Walls of Unforgiveness

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Disagreements are bound to happen in marriage. How we handle them will determine whether we walk away feeling like prisoners or partners.

My husband and I had gotten into an argument, and I was having a hard time letting go of the hurt.

I kept replaying our argument again and again in my mind. Eventually, I realized all that unforgiveness was forming walls around my heart and making me feel like a prisoner locked in my own prison cell.

How do you feel after you and your husband have gotten into an argument? You know, disagreements are bound to happen in marriage.  But how we handle them will determine whether we walk away feeling like prisoners or partners. 

JJ and I have learned that when we go to God and ask Him to help us forgive each other and then talk honestly and lovingly, we’re more likely to feel like partners. Our marriage ends up being strengthened, not strained.

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